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At Pace-O-Matic, we are committed to being a good corporate citizen. Each year, we give both money and volunteer hours to local families and organizations in order to help strengthen our communities. Below are some of the ways we have given back over the years.

 

 

“Thanks to donors like Pennsylvania Skill, we will continue to work to ensure that no one in Pennsylvania goes without nutritious food.” – Jane Clements-Smith, Executive Director, Feeding Pennsylvania

“I think it's great that Cowboy Skill Games is giving back to the first responders and to the community... Now we all need to step up and give back to our communities across the board.” – David Mills, Fire Chief

 

“I think it's great that Cowboy Skill Games is giving back to the first responders and to the community... Now we all need to step up and give back to our communities across the board.” – David Mills, Fire Chief

Employees at 13 Hampton Roads nursing homes received free pizzas Wednesday as part of Queen of Virginia Skill and Entertainment's efforts to boost small businesses while serving those who are taking care of others who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Relief Funds for Virginia Beach and El Paso

In order to support the communities impacted by the shootings in Virginia Beach and El Paso, Texas, Pace-O-Matic has contributed toward relief funds. Our hearts go out to the victims and their families.

In The News

POM supports selfless OH State Field Hockey Athlete, Emma Goldean, to Place Shoes on 630 Kids

Since the day the Name, Image Likeness policy was approved, student-athletes have landed deals with brands, done advertisements and made money...

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Ohio State field hockey senior using NIL to give back to community

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — Student-athletes have been taking advantage of the name, image, and likeness policy since the summer of 2021. Fans have...

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OSU field hockey player partners with non-profit to donate new shoes

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — ‘Name, Image, and Likeness’ has been a polarizing topic in collegiate sports, but one Ohio State athlete is using her...

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Former NFL player raises money for Veterans’ organizations

MUNCY, LYCOMING COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU)  A former Penn State Football star and retired NFL player came to Lycoming County to discuss the importance...

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CHEYENNE FRONTIER DAYS HONOR WYOMING MAN WHO SAVED MOTHER AND SON FROM BURNING HOUSE

CHEYENNE, WYOMING — Wyoming-based Cowboy Skill and Cheyenne Frontier Days honored Ryan Pasborg of Green River today during a heroes...

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